DailyWatch Talks is a weekly, entertaining podcast about watches. Our main speakers and founders of DailyWatch, Nick Meijer and Kristian Haagen, are both passionate watch collectors for the past decades. As industry insiders, they give their very subjective insights on watch related topics. From personal opinions/reviews about new and vintage timepieces to industry gossips and trends, all is discussed by DailyWatch.
Episode 106 - 5 Alternatives To Hyped Watches
In this episode we talk about 5 great alternatives to the many hyped watches on the market.
Episode 105 - Cedric Johner, Lang und Heyne & Will Waiting Lists Ever Disappear?
Will Waiting Lists Ever Disappear? We talk about this in close connection with indie watch brands.
Episode 104 - New Omega Chronoscope & TAG Heuer Aquaracer
In this episode we talk about the recent launch from Omega. We are also hands-on with three TAG Heuer Aquaracers in the studio.
Episode 103 - Montblanc Nicolas Rieussec (The Original Chronograph)
In this episode we highlight the new Montblanc Nicolas Rieussec LE200 Star Legacy. Which is based on the original Chronograph from 1821. One of the very first Chronographs in the world.
Episode 102 - Nominees For The Horology Oscars (GPHG)
In this episode we walk through the nominees of GPHG. Who do you think will win?
Episode 101 - Keeping Up With Watches (Geneva Watch Days)
We recently spent a week in Switzerland visiting some of our favorite brands. Did you follow our trip on social media?
Great podcast for any watch lover
I’ve found myself listening to these guys a few times now, and I must admit that I simply love the way they go into details about their passion for watches.
Double Morale ?
One of the speakers claim he would not wear a Steinhart watch, because it is an ‘homage’ of a submariner.
How many dive watches would be left then - would you wear a Longines Hydroconquest - or an Omega Seamaster ? - or any of the other Swiss diver watches with round hour markers ?
Is the problem, that Steinhart sells an ETA 2892 based watch for just over 500 EUR - matching in quality and exceeding in precision may of the other Swiss watches that sell for 5+ times the price of a Steinhart.
The Steinharts have different bezels, different inscription on the dial, different bracelets, enough to clearly make them distinct from a Rolex.